Tattered Flag Shipping Statewide

Yesterday Tattered Flag Brewing and Distillery announced that they are the latest craft brewery in Pennsylvania to jump into the shipping game. Following breweries like Levante Brewing, Tired Hands Brewing, The Larimeer, and many others, Tattered Flag will also now be shipping to all of Pennsylvania. While some breweries have been able to ship outContinue reading “Tattered Flag Shipping Statewide”

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Rally Point – Cox Brewing Company – Taproom Opening Friday, September 4th 2020

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2020, marks the final day of Cox Brewing Company‘s current location and brewery and taproom. But its not the final chapter for the veteran owned brewery. Their new taproom has been in the works for a while now and despite all the difficulties of 2020, it is finally due for its grandContinue reading “Rally Point – Cox Brewing Company – Taproom Opening Friday, September 4th 2020”

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Boneshire Brew Works is Expanding into Harrisburg with a Second Tap Room

Boneshire Brew Works is moving into Harrisburg. While always been a part of the Harrisburg beer scene, their physical tap room and brewery has been kind of on the periphery and outskirts of Harrisburg proper. The brewery itself is located on Derry Street next to the 717 Armory and Blue Smoke BBQ food truck, asContinue reading “Boneshire Brew Works is Expanding into Harrisburg with a Second Tap Room”

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Beer Review: Pandemic Pils (Boneshire Brew Works)

This beer review originally appeared on LetUsDrinkBeer’s blog, I contribute and write occasionally for them. I wrote the review for them first, and just copying here to my blog so I have a version of it on my blog. Please check them out and give them a read. Great articles on their blog, I highlyContinue reading “Beer Review: Pandemic Pils (Boneshire Brew Works)”

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Voodoo Brewery Lancaster is Closing

In more upsetting, and disappointing local (Central PA) news, Voodoo Brewery Lancaster has announced that they will be closing up shop. At 11AM this morning (June 11th, 2020), they released the following statement on their Facebook page: Hello to all our fans in Eastern PA. It is with heavy hearts today that we are announcingContinue reading “Voodoo Brewery Lancaster is Closing”

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Beer Review: All Together (Ever Grain and Other Half Brewing)

Many of you have probably heard of the ‘All Together’ project, started by Other Half Brewing Co. As soon as I heard about it, I had to immediately find the first brewery in my area to do it and get one; that first one in my immediate area turned out to be Ever Grain BrewingContinue reading “Beer Review: All Together (Ever Grain and Other Half Brewing)”

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Night Shift Brewing Cancels Expansion

In more sad news, during these ‘dark’ times, we have (even) more unfortunate news. Not quite on the level of the Full Pint Closing or Crystal Ball Closing or Stoudt’s Announced Closing, but Night Shift has announced their canceling their expansion into Philadelphia. This is disappointing news for many; especially Pennsylvanians and Philadelphians. Back inContinue reading “Night Shift Brewing Cancels Expansion”

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Guest Blogging

As I’m sure you’ve taken notice, there has been a bit of ‘guest blogging’ going on both here at The Beer Thrillers and over at Let Us Drink Beer. We are going to (basically) be doing a couple of blog posts for each other per month. Two to three, nothing outrageous or crazy. But aContinue reading “Guest Blogging”

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Beer Review: S’Mores LazaRIS (Boneshire Brew Works)

Undoubtedly the biggest, baddest, best beer and possibly the most popular one that Boneshire Brew Works is known for is LazaRIS. It’s their flagship stout, and their biggest, boldest, darkest beer (Dark of the Forest coming in a close second.) (Also, be on the lookout soon for a review of LazaRIS – the original –Continue reading “Beer Review: S’Mores LazaRIS (Boneshire Brew Works)”

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Book Review: For the Love of Beer (Dr. Alison E. Feeney)

I got to pick up this book by Dr. Alison E. Feeney last Thursday at the Mid-Town Scholar ahead of her panel discussion (alongside Hannah Ison, Jeffrey Musselman, and Sara Bozich). You can read about that here: “For The Love of Beer – Panel Discussion“. It was a fun and entertaining (and informative) night atContinue reading “Book Review: For the Love of Beer (Dr. Alison E. Feeney)”

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